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"some fired probably one gun shot... and after i hear four more gunshots...and after 15 to 20 minutes i heard police cars and sirens coming." (jr stone) our top story tonight... one man is dead and two others injured in a shootout in the south bay.... and the gunman is on the loose tonight.(jr stone) good evening and thanks for joining us i'm j-r stone... (justine) and i'm justine waldan.... the shooting happened at a motel six in san jose. kron four's philippe djegal is following the deadly shooting in an area that neighbors say has had it's problems. (philippe) in the early morning... a visibly wounded man holding his wrist walks out of the motel six on the alameda in san jose. another gunshot victim limps away with help from a woman and a san jose police officer. a third man was carried
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out in a sheet... and, police say that man did not survive his injuries. international college student dhruv (droove) patel was startled out of bed by the gunfire just before 3-30 in the morning. he lives behind the motel.dhruv patel/heard gunshots- "i heard four gunshots probably. that's what i guess. so. someone fired -- probably one gunshot. and after, after a while i hear four more gunshots." a motel guest who heard the shooting says it happened outside in this parking lot... a neighbor whose lived in the area for quite some time says that violence isn't uncommon here... but the owner of the motel says that violence rarely escaltes to a homicide.dhruv patel/heard gunshots- "sometime i feel scary to come, come to home in the night after 12." investigators continued mapping the crime scene well into saturday afternoon. motel guests were allowed in and out but no one else. police focused on the back part of the parking lot.. where evidence markers suggest shellcasings. right now, police say the victims who survived suffered non-life threatening injuries. no suspects have been announced
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or arrested. in san jose, philippe djegal, kron four news. (justine) our other top story tonight... thousands of peope across the world participated in march for science... you're looking at video from washington d-c, new york, chicago and san francisco.... organizers say the march is the first step of a global movement to defend the vital role science plays in our health, safety, economies, and governments. kron-4s jeff peirce was at san francisco's science march rally today where he spoke to some of the people marching... (jeff pierce)thousands of marchers in support of the scientific community gathered saturday morning in san francisco to answer the threat they see as the politicizing of what should be established scientific fact.though some people would ask us to believe differently science is not an idealogy.the threats are to the scientists themselves,
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having their work questioned, denied their integrity, they're being called liars and frauds. that is a line we cannot stand.the fear is that the questioning of science by the political climate in the current administration in washington will result in serious cutbacks in scientific research.the cuts that we are talking about will really have a major impact on the progress and the speed of science.my research relies on funding from nih and there are a lot of concerns about that budget being cut which would have a big impact of the science i do focused on autism.what happens when we start to erode the funding or the trust we have in scientific institutions. the fact that we're even having a debate about the climate changing is still surprising.those speaking at the rally hoped to transcend idealogy and rely on scientific fact. even their rallying chants were an attempt to rise above partisan politics.what do we want, evidence based science. when do we want it? after peer review.the organizers were hopeful that the size of the crowd both here and throughout the world on saturday would shed light on the threat
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science is facing.resisting the war on science is central to the survival of our democracy.act up fight back. resist.what you've seen here and in hundreds of cities across the world including two hundred international cities gives me plenty of hope that the will is there. it's the next steps that we have to fill in.after the rally the thousands of science supporters marched up market street to join those already gathering at civic center celebrating earth day. in san francisco jeff pierce kron four news. (jrstone) around 600 marches for science events like that one were organized across the united states. crowds gathered and marched as a means pressing back against legislators and policy makers that, they say, are ignoring facts and research. organizers billed the marches as political but non-partisan -- an effort to support science and evidence-based research. for many
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demonstrators... it was also a protest against the policies of president donald trump. in washington, science advocate bill nye said "science must shape policy" -- not just in the united states, but around the world. (bill nye/ceo of the planetary society): "our lawmakers must know and accept that science serves every one of us: every citizen of every nation and society."(jr stone) the maches were not just in the united states but across the world. demonstrators took the streets from australia to switzerland. even from the arctic to the antarctic-- where researchers and scientists added their support to the cause. (justine) and in honor of earth day. the monterey bay aquarium held it's very own " march for sciene." and take a look at this. a group of five african penguins waddled their way through the kelp
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forest gallery. volunteers and nearly a hundred visitors cheered the birds on while holding signs like "sciene gives us happy feet." lawrence karnow: the clouds returned and the temperatures cooled a few degrees today. there were even a few showers that popped up in the north bay. you can see the weak weather system moving thorugh the state and the scattered showers too. highs today were cooler than normal and mainly in the 60s. we'll just see some passing clouds tonight and into tomorrow morning but then more sunshine tomorrow afternoon. i don't think we're done with the rain just yet. i'm tracking another possible rain maker and i'll show you the latest coming up in a few minutes.
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(justine) in national news tonight.... the 39-day manhunt for tennessee teacher tad cummins and his 15 year-old former student elizabeth thomas ended at a small cabin in northern california.(jr stone) police say the two spent at least one night inside a small building deep in the mountains. c-n-n's sara sidner shows us what was found inside the cabin. story summary: police say the two spent at least one night in the remote cabin in siskiyou county in northern california it is a one room structure that was in the process of being built. it had no electricity or furniture. on friday, a grill, pots and pans, a bag of
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rice and boxes of food and empty bottles of soda and water remained in the cabin. there is a search and seizure list and a list of things taken out of the cabin including coconut oil and ky jelly. those things are important because authorities are trying to establish that there was some sort of sexual relationship between the two. (jr stone) officers now say that a missing bay area teen may have recently been seen in pittsburg.17-year-old kamryn bresee is from brentwood. she
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was reported missing on wednesday night. pittsburg police say someone may have spotted her at the dollar tree store in pittsburg. kamryn's mother says her daughter is a type 1 diabetic who is dependent on insulin. she only has a small amout of insulin with her and has had past mental health issues. that mother says kamryn was last seen when someone picked her up from their home earlier this week. if you spot kamryn police urge you to call 9-1-1. (justine) american airlines has suspended a flight attendant after a video showing an onboard clash went viral during a flight leaving s-f-o."hey bud, hey bud, you do that to me and i'll knock you flat." that passenger coming to the defense of a mother... after witnesses say... a male flight attendant violently took away her stroller just before she boarded a friday flight from san francisco to dallas. witnesses say she tried to put
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the stroller in the overhead bin. and the flight attendant took it down aggressively....coming just inches from hitting her baby. american airlines releasing this statement today about the incident .... (justine) "what we see on this video does not reflect our values or how we care for our customers. " "we are deeply sorry for the pain we have caused this passenger and her family and to any other customers affected by the incident. " american airlines did rebook the mother and her child in first class all the way to their final destination of argentina. as for the man who got in the arguement...it is against federal law to threaten a flight attendant. (jr stone) just a day after u-c berkeley responded to threats of a lawsuit surrounding ann coulter's planned appearance on campusthe attorney preparing that suit, is firing right back. kron four's spencer blake spoke with that attorney has the latest in the back and forth between both sides. follow along closely.the past
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several days have seen u-c berkeley cancel the planned april 27th speech by ann coulter -- citing safety concerns - then reverse course and offer may second as an option.that was soon followed by the threat of litigation from the berkeley college republicans (or b-c-r), which was followed by a university statement friday saying the group's attorney had 'factual errors' in the discussion. "they didn't point out any and i pointed out specific emails and documents that blow their story out of the water."that's attorney harmeet dhillon, whose latest response on ásaturday laid out a trail of emails dating back to march 17th in which she says the b- c-r discussed with the school the invitation they extended to coulter.the university claims it didn't know about such an invitationuntil officials read about it in a newspaper article.what really upsets dhillon is what she calls a secret rule the university laid out on march first about high-profile visitors having to speak before three p-m for safety reasons.she says the policy was unpublishedand also apparently didn't apply to
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people like former mexican president vicente fox, who spoke in the evening at u-c berkeley. "they have a due process obligation as a government entity to apply rules equally and fairly."some students we talked to feel like the scheduling issues for such a large university and a well-known speaker may be legitimatebut everyone we talked to said coulter should be allowed to speak."if we don't allow her to speak then we don't have the opportunity to engage with her and challenge her opinions or try to understand where she comes from.""i don't agree with what she says bit that doesn't really matter."well known liberals like comedian bill maher and bernie sanders have made statements defending coulter's right to speak on campus.in berkeley, spencer blake, kron four news. (justine) coming up on kron4 news at 10... a former sheriff is suffering from parkinson's disease...and his family is on a mission.... desperately looking for a cure.... we'll tell you the treatment... he is getting. that is unavailbe here in the u-s ... (jr stone) plus... find out why a santa cruz sheriff's deputy who shot and killed a teenager last year... will not face any criminal charges...(justine)
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and after the break...a massive wildfire forces dozens of people to evacuate in florida... what authorities say a parent did to start this fire... you're going to be hanging out in here. so if you need anything, text me. do you play? ♪ ♪
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use the chase mobile app to send money in just a tap, to friends at more banks then ever before. you got next? chase. helping you master what's now and what's next. (justine) in florida... at least four homes and several cars have been destroyed in a brush fire. and it could have all been avoided. authorities say the fire started yesterday when a
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parent tossed a lit cigarette into dry vegetation while waiting for a school bus. dozens have been forced out of their homes... taking only what they could grab. many watched as their neighborhood went up in flames. (bryan uriostegui/resident): "police was knocking on my door telling me we had to evacuate and when i came outside i saw like big smoke in the sky." butted to(brian friegden/resident): "walked out the door and it hit me like a wave of heat and my attention went across the street to the flames." (justine) more than 400 acres of land has burned. fire officials say even if the fire was accidental the person responsible will have to pay the costs of fighting it. (jr stone)skiing under the summer sun could be a possibility this year as squaw valley ski resort considers staying open past july 4th. according resort officials nothing has been confirmed yet, however the possibility still stands for late season skiing, especially if weather permits. as it stands, the
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upper mountain has a base depth of nearly 22 feet. the ceo said this week they could stay open through the summer. this year would be the fourth time in squaw valley's history that people could ski and board there on independence "i expected it to be a lot more slushy, but even with the warm weather the snow is holding up great. there may be more more snow, up top it's pretty nice. you may not get a full day of skiing later in the year but you'll get a little bit in the morning." not everyone is staying open that long. those at heavenly say that they will be open for skiing until april 30. (justine) a section of a popular walking trail on the coast in pacifica is closed tonight. the city put up signs shutting down a sidewalk along esplanade avenue. this is the same area we showed you last weekend .. just hours after a section of cliff gave way. since then, the city has removed a sitting bench and expanded the restricted area. the edge of the cliff is protected by a fence. as
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you can see, part of it is still hanging over the edge. we are told the city plans to repair the fence and bring it in closer to the trail. 18 years ago, this same area was lined with houses with backyards that stretched out toward the ocean. those properties were eventually eroded by the ocean's pounding waves and were demolished. (anchor) time now to check on our weather... with meterologist lawrence karnow. lawrence karnow: the clouds returned and the temperatures cooled a few degrees today. there were even a few showers that popped up in the north bay. you can
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see the weak weather system moving thorugh the state and the scattered showers too. highs today were cooler than normal and mainly in the 60s. on the satellite you can see the storm moving onto the west coast. there's not much energy with this system and it really looks like a late season storm. but the weather pattern still looks unsettled to me with a chance of showers continuing into the middle of next week. our latest forecast model shows the clouds moving through tonight and into tomorrow morning. then by the afternoon the clouds start to clear out and the sunshine returns. highs tomorrow afternoon will be mild and in the 60s around the bay, upper 60s to low 70s inland and upper 50s at the coast. it will be an interesting next 7
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days. we have a couple of weak storms headed our way to bring clouds and at least a slight chance of showers on monday. another storm will pass to our north on wednesday to keep things somewhat unsettled. but then i think it's back to warmer temperatures, sunshine and breezy conditions on thursday and friday.
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(justine) the santa cruz county sheriff's deputy who shot and killed a 15- year-old boy ...will not face criminal charges. deputy's were called in after... luke smith had stabbed his father and uncle with a pocketknife while on l-s-d last year. reporter mariana hicks tells us what changes the sheriff's office is now making in the aftermath of the deadly shooting. nats of shootingjeff rosell/santa cruz county district attorney"this is an absolute tragedy and our hearts go out to the family of luke smith. but our hearts also go out to our entire community that a 15 year old lost his life during this
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incident."during the da's investigation, the santa cruz county sheriff's office created a serious incidient review board... tasked with improving its response to critical incidents... though not all were because of the smith case.the five findings and 15 recommendations were released on friday.some of the findings -- improve supervision at critical incidents... manage the use of a k-9... the use of a rifle should be monitored... and improved training.the smith family contributed to those findings -- their biggest concern was making sure life-saving efforts weren't delayed.deputy chief craig wilson/scso"when we examined that what we found in all cases is that it's not necessary to either handcuff or retain the handcuffs on if it's going to cause a delay in life saving efforts."in smith's case, he wasn't handcuffed after he was shot but he was still holding a knife...that's when officers used non-lethal force for about a minute before he was given emergency medical care. its those lessons the sheriff's office says its already putting into practice.
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sheriff jim hart/scso"nobody feels good about this case. we don't ever want a call for sevice to end this way, this case has taken a tremendous toll on the family, it's taken a toll on the community and it's taken a toll on the so's and no body wins in these types of tragic cases." (justine) still ahead... today is earth day... and thousands came out for the annual rally in san francisco.. hear what organizers had to say aout their demonstration...(jr stone) and after the break.... a fight breaks out between store workers... and it was all caught on camera... find out what started the violent brawl... it was a typical shopping
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trip at a 99 cent store for one houston family. then.. a fight between employees broke out. and the whole scene...was caught on cell- phone video. reporter tracy clemons has more from the lone star state. (pkg)
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nats: fightingleonardo balderas/ witness:"i'm shopping with my mom and my daughter at the 99 cent store, and while i'm waiting, i see two cashiers arguing with each other."leonardo balderas tells us the woman in the plaid shirt. . who we've learned is named kodi. . asked the manager if she could take a break.leonardo balderas/ witness:"she refused. the other black lady told her, 'you ain't goin nowhere. you're a b.' the white lady told her, 'i'ma show you a b.'" and then this."i see this on facebook on black friday sales, you know? maybe over shoe releases, but many black friday sales."as a customer tried to break them up. . you see the pink shirted fighter grab a bottle. . and hit kodi in the face. that's when another customer witha baby in one arm. . breaks them apart with the other."clearly i left the video on so that other store owners can see what goes on when two employees have a dispute. why not do something about it?"kodi's mom tells us she's 20-years-old. . has a learning disability, autism,
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and schizophrenia. . and that the other woman had been bullying her. she says kodi toldmanagement and nothing was done. . so thursday. . she fought back. this is a picture of the gash over her eye. we made several attempts to get a responsefrom the 99 cent only stores. . and their reps say they have no comment. "they're out there with the customers. they're out there working their butt off. but when there's a dispute and you don't do nothing, that's what happens. so i want that video to be an example to other people, other store owners." (justine) a milwaukee woman says she was burned when her fitbit exploded on her wrist. these are pictures of the second degree burns dina mitchell suffered when she says...her fitbit exploded on her wrist. mitchell says she had the activity tracker for only two weeks... and there was no indication that anything was wrong with the device before it exploded. (dina mitchell, burned by fitbit): "the fitbit itself is totally melted. the bracelet melted, and i got pieces of
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plastic burned into my arm." butted to "this a product so many people use. my nephew, their whole class gets these from their teachers, and they wear them."(justine) fitbit has issued a statement saying the problem is being investigated. the company also says they are not aware of any other complaints of this type... and the fitbit should not explode under normal use. (jr stone) still ahead...the u-c-s-f benioff children's hospital in san francisco gives its patients the chance to experience a milestone event ... prom... find out which bay area sports team attended the dance...(justine) and... we're live in portland as the golden state warriors beat the trailblazers in a nailbiters of a game.. the highlights in a live report... after the break...
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now at 10:30...in a comeback win... the golden state warriors beat the portland trailblazers 119-113 in game three of the playoffs... they managed to pull off a win without head coach steve kerr... reporter andrew dymburt from our sister station koin in portland ... he joins us live from the moda center.. andrew.... ((ad lib)) and we have team coverage of the warriors.... and we have team coverage
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of the warriors.... watch parties were held all across the bay area for fans. kron 4's lydia pantazes is live in
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oakland tonight where fans are going wild for the win... lydia, talk about a roller coaster of the game. what is the atmosphere like out there in the east bay? (lydia)fans are really excited... (ad-lib)here at mad oak bar in oakland they are projecting the game on the side of 4-story building adjacent to the bar....(take pkg) (lydia pantazes)(pkg)"yes!" they cheered....and they celebrated everytime the warriors scored.... "that's what's what we're here for support the warriors and wear a little blue and gold." hundreds dressed in their warriors gear showed up to watch the game projected on the side of a 4-story building adjacent to mad oak bar in oakland.many of them staking out their spot for hours.... "we've been camping out since about 4:30 hoping to get a good seat and luckily we did." hundreds watched the game at mad oak... and the pop up restaurant at inside, even saw
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a surge in business."we should serve between 300-350 people plus this evening so it'll definitely double from what we're used to."even man's best friend got dressed up for the ocassion."that's the reason we got this jacket for her, year." bowie even has her favorite player..."she's a huge fan of clay thompson, especially because of his dog."and if you didn't bring your dub nation gear....no worries...this local vendor had more than enough options.other fans made their own...."we're hoping to see the warriors take it all the way this year and represent the bay area." (justine) some superstars
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came out to celebrate prom with some sick childre. a few 49ers attend the seventh annual prom at u-c-s-f benioff children's hospital san francisco and over 200 teen patients and their friends attended the event. patients and niners players enjoyed a fun-filled "masquerade ball" with photo boths, food, music, and of course dancing. niners players in attendance included tight end garret celel, newly acquired wide receiver pierre garcon , and defensive tackle quinton dial.(sot) this special evening allowed patients to participate in a milestone that they may miss as a result
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of diagnosos or treatment. (jr stone) thousands of peope gathered for the annual earth day rally in san francisco. earth day celebrates and raises awareness about the environment. kron 4's hermela aregawi spent the day talking to organizers and attendees. (hermela aregawi)many came to the rally appropriately dressed in their earth colors. nina bazan-sakamoto/rally participant: i'm here today because i wanted to be part of the festivities of course but also the activism that is happening right now. i think its a time of change and we can make the world a more positive place by respecting the earth and honoring our connection with the earth.this 16 year old science enthusiast brought her dad along.billie and tony bandermann/rally participant: i think that america under the new presidency isn't really rising in levels of scientific literacy. as a nation i think its a really good idea in
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order to establish these marches and to help communicate our message of science to everyone .billie and tony bandermann/rally participant: what's more important than the health of our planet and the progression of our intellect as a species. thousands attended the rally. adults, kids and everything in between.shannon bennett and lauren esposito/ california academy of sciences: we have an activigty to learn how much water is in your food. and an activity that shannon was just doing to make a solar eclipse in a cup.we are really trying to engage both kids and adults and everybody in between from all walks of life. you don't have to be trained as a scientist. we are all scientist.organizers say the day was a success.isaac gendler/march for science organizer: well the goal was to i think that demonostrate to the people that scientsts are willing to get out of the lap and into the public and that we are real people. (hermela aregawi)the rally took place throughout the day. they believe the march for science which took place in the middle of the day helped their turnout.reporting in hermela aregawi, kron (justine) coming up... . find out the reasons why fewer people say they are trying to lose weight.(jr stone) and after the
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break... a major recall you need to know about that may affect what you eat in the morning... we'll explain.
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(jrstone) some hash browns are being recalled because - get this - they may contain pieces of ágolf ballsá. the recall affects the frozen southern style hash browns sold under harris teeter and roundy's brands. according to the food and drug administration... some golf ball materials may have been accidentally harvested with potatoes. the company that produces the food says eating the hash browns can lead to choking. but so far, there have been no reports of injuries. the recall affects two-pound bags sold in "marianos" and "metro market" supermarkets. (justine) you may want to check your bag of chips... frito-lay is recalling some of it's popular flavors and it's because of possible salmonella
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in the seasoning.. the affected chips are the jalapeqo flavored lay's kettle cooked potato chips and jalapeqo flavored miss vickie's kettle cooked potato chips. all sizes of the products are recalled, from the big size to the multi pack box. log on to kron four dot com to see the complete list of the affected chips bags and the product information. (justine) obesity is becoming the new normal in the u-s and now fewer americans are actively trying to lose weight. new research shows that... as more people become obese... people are having a harder time recognizing themselves as overweight. that means people have less motivation to lose weight. researchers say people should talk to their doctors and get the tools needed to get on the right track. doctors say just making small changes in your lifestyle can make a big difference in your weight. (justine) coming up... a long time former contra costa county sheriff is on a quest to defeat parkinson's disease... watch his
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journey as he desperately goes through unapproved treatment ... (lawrence wx tease)(jr stone) ahead in sports... warriors beat the trailblazers in an intense second half... they were without head coach steve kerr... we'll hear from mike brown.
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(justine) new tonight at ten... michael j, fox... mohammed ali...are some of the famous people who have parkinson's disease. it makes them shake and lose motor control. ali died from it.(jr stone) april is parkinson's awareness month and kron 4's vicki liviakis brings us the story of a local sheriff and his
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family desperately seeking a cure. (vicki liviakis) the portrait of a handsome navy officer who served his country... and a long time deputy sheriff with contra costa. looking at john clark today as he struggles to do the simplest things, you might never know about his public service. john clark of concord only recently discovered he had parkinson's disease. now he shakes uncontrollably and can barely speak. but that hasn't stopped him. both he and his family are racing against time to seek a cure for the disease that has none.(john clark) i'm having a hard time swallowing because the pills taste so nasty. i've been taking them a long time and i'm sick of it! after a 52 pill a day regimine, they're now in mexico using experimental stem cells and documenting the journey. will it work? stem cell treatment is still unapproved and unavailable here in the u-s. john clark hopes his quest will somehow serve the estimated million americans living with
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parkinson's. vicki liviakis kron 4 news. (anchor) time now to check on our weather... with meterologist lawrence karnow. lawrence karnow: the clouds returned and the temperatures cooled a few degrees today. there were even a few showers that popped up in the north bay. you can see the weak weather system moving thorugh the state and the scattered showers too. highs today were cooler than normal and mainly in the 60s. on the satellite you can see the storm moving onto the west
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coast. there's not much energy with this system and it really looks like a late season storm. but the weather pattern still looks unsettled to me with a chance of showers continuing into the middle of next week. our latest forecast model shows the clouds moving through tonight and into tomorrow morning. then by the afternoon the clouds start to clear out and the sunshine returns. highs tomorrow afternoon will be mild and in the 60s around the bay, upper 60s to low 70s inland and upper 50s at the coast. it will be an interesting next 7 days. we have a couple of weak storms headed our way to bring clouds and at least a slight chance of showers on monday. another storm will pass to our north on wednesday to keep things somewhat unsettled. but then i think it's back to warmer temperatures, sunshine
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and breezy conditions on thursday and friday.
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the warriors up in portland taking on the warriors in game three. with steve kerr being sick... mike brown was in charge kevin durant still out with a left calf strain. the first half it was all blazers... damian lillard pulls up for a triple... he had 22 points in the first half steph curry tried to get something going he pulls up for a three... warriors down by 8 but c-j mccollum was a nightmare as well... the blazers backcourt combine for 51 points in the first half. in the third the warriors started to take over the game... klay gets the steal and nails the three pointer on the other end... he was on fire in the third he had 14
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points. and in the fourth draymond green forces a turnover and andre iguodala throws it down to give the warriors their largest lead of the game after trailing by 14 curry ices the game with a dagger three with less than minute left... he led the team with 34 points, 8 assists, and 4 rebounds klay finished with 24 points warriors win 119-113... they take a 3-0 lead in the series after the game... brown spoke about how the warriors general manager bob myers help him get the team back on track
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the sharks trying to stay alive in the playoffs they needed to beat the oilers to force a game seven christian mccafrey and david shaw opening the locker room door for the sharks. this game came down in the second period -- off a san jose oilers score and go up two to nothing. they go to beat the sharks 3-1 and eliminate them from the stanley cup playoffs as for the san francisco giants...hunter pence did not start against the rockies after landing on his left knee awkwardly last night the good news is that he won't join madison bumgarner on the disable list. matt moore on the hill for the giants... it just wasn't a good outing for the left hander. mark reynolds hits a 2-run homerun to left field... moore allows six runs in just four innings.
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and when you thought things couldn't get any worse for the giants... to end the second denard span injures his right shoulder after crashing into the wall going for a fly ball. he didn't return to the game... the giants depth in the outfield continues to shrink... they lost jarrett week with a similar injury giants get smoked 12-3 meanwhile, bob melvin and the red-hot a's for their third straight series win against the mariners bottom of meanwhile, bob melvin and the red-hot a's were looking for their third straight series the mariners the first -- ryon healy....gone.... 2-run jack to left... the a's take have assembled.
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spider-man... black widow... captain america... and eddie? so, what's the plan? breaking out the guardians, pal. come celebrate the all-new guardians of the galaxy-mission: breakout! during the summer of heroes, only at disneyland resort. hero up! (jr stone) "the fate of
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the furious" figures to stay number one at the box office this weekend.(justine) but a flock of new films have the potential to take to put up big numbers as well. take a look. "unforgettable" hopes audiences will remember to check it out this weekend. analysts expect a seven- million-dollar opening -- not great, but the
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weekend's best debut. ((jr stone)) much more news coming up at the top of the hour. the golden state warriors make a big comeback and win game three of the playoffs.... we'll hear from fans here in the east bay...((justine)) that...and all the big news stories of the day and your forecast, in half the time... on kron4 news at eleven.
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nobody told me to expect it. intercourse that's painful due to menopausal changes. it's not likely to go away on its own. it took my most honest friend to help me do something about it. she told me premarin vaginal cream can help. it provides estrogens to help rebuild vaginal tissue and make intercourse more comfortable.
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premarin vaginal cream treats vaginal changes due to menopause and moderate-to-severe painful intercourse caused by these changes. don't use it if you've had unusual vaginal bleeding, breast or uterine cancer, blood clots, liver problems, stroke or heart attack, are allergic to any of its ingredients or think you're pregnant. side effects may include headache, pelvic pain, breast pain, vaginal bleeding and vaginitis. estrogens may increase your chances of getting cancer of the uterus, strokes, blood clots, or dementia so use it for the shortest time based on goals and risks. estrogens should not be used to prevent heart disease, heart attack, stroke or dementia. ♪ ask your doctor about premarin vaginal cream. our big story tonight...
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a miraculous comeback... the golden state warriors beat the portland trailblazers 119-113 in game three in their first round series... i'm jr stone.(( justine@bam)) and i'm justine waldman... the dubs managed to pull off a win without head coach steve kerr... kron4's lydia pantazes is live in oakland where many fans are
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celebrating tonight.... (lydia)fans are really excited... (ad-lib)here at mad oak bar in oakland they are projecting the game on the side of 4-story building adjacent to the bar....(take pkg) (lydia pantazes)

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